We are currently looking for a highly skilled Bioinformatics Specialist to work on computational projects for Dr. Keiko Torii’s lab at the University of Texas at Austin. The Torii lab has a long-standing interest to unravel how plant stem cells function and contribute to growth and development, with specific emphasis on signal transduction pathways and underpinning genomic/epigenomic mechanisms. In addition to harnessing chemical and synthetic biology, they are designing and building synthetic signal transduction circuits to control plant growth and development suited for a changing climate. More information about the lab can be found here:
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